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The story behind this week's big story (page 40) on the mysterious and omnipotent concessions empire founded by the late Louie Jacobs of Buffalo, and now run by his sons, began with a tip from a dead jockey and,...
March 08, 1971
MARCHING ORDERSSirs:It's too bad that Alfred Wright was tied up at the board meeting at Bermuda Dunes during the play of the Bob Hope Desert Classic (Thanks for the Memory, Feb. 22). He missed a terrific golf tournament.
September 13, 1965
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February 24, 1964
THE FITZGERALD SYSTEMSirs:Gerald Holland's article on Fritz Crisler, the "inventor" of the two-platoon system (The Man Who Changed Football, Feb. 3), sent me scurrying back to the biography of one of Princeton's most...
February 03, 1964
The Winter Olympics begin, and from Innsbruck a SPORTS ILLUSTRATED team of writers and photographers reports on the color and drama of the famed quadrennial event.